Thread: Integrating (spelling?) Lego into other toys

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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    Quote by mustachiobandit
    My main two toys growing up were Legos and GI Joe; I'll be honest, I tried, but they didn't mix too well.


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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    My main two toys growing up were Legos and GI Joe; I'll be honest, I tried, but they didn't mix too well.
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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    speaking of Legos.....

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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    I used to make cages and then my sisters would put plastic animals in them and play zoo. They were also great for Furry Families and Playmobil too. We didn't have very much stuff for the majority of Playmobil that we had but with the large bin of Lego blocks we would always make things sometimes even a whole house.
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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    Quote by vkimo
    Wow, that's such a simple yet brilliant idea. I never have!


    Are you serious or just being sarcastic? lol either way. We always used the legos to make vehicles and bases for our action figures and other toys. What I have never done is actually build what was intended by the lego set.


    Nah, I'm serious! It just never occurred to me to combine my other toys with my Legos. I guess it was in part because I kept my Legos in a separate spot from my toys. So when I wanted to play with Legos it was solely to that end.
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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    No. I didn't have enough to build anything for my other toys.
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    Quote by vkimo
    Wow, that's such a simple yet brilliant idea. I never have!


    Are you serious or just being sarcastic? lol either way. We always used the legos to make vehicles and bases for our action figures and other toys. What I have never done is actually build what was intended by the lego set.
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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    I made garages for matchbox cars. I also played with vehicles & robots made from legos, right alongside transformers & other toys. (I once made my own lego "transformer" and treated it like it was one of my regular transformers or gobots.)

    While not lego related, I did use ring-a-majigs to build forts for my gobots & transformers.

    I would also make vehicles from different construction sets & play with them together, as though i had made them all from the same set (including legos, construx, and legions of power).
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    Wow, that's such a simple yet brilliant idea. I never have!
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    • 7 years 11 months ago
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    We all love Lego, don't we?

    Seeing as Lego bricks are so versatile and multi-purpose, did you, as a kid, ever use Lego in conjunction with other toys?

    By doing so, you could've used Lego to build:

    A house for Barbie
    Stables for My Little Pony
    Barracks (spelling?) for army men
    A flying machine for a Star Wars character

    Did you ever do stuff like this? Don't think I ever did...
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    • 6 years 10 months ago
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    Playmobil definitely Playmobil we had tons of the figurines but no furniture to go with them so the Lego was what we used for them. We made them everything out of Lego even a TV.
    • 1 month 21 hours ago
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    My Madame Alexander doll doesn't have a chair to sit in so I am using LEGO bricks to build one. I am going to purchase American Girl clothing for my Madame Alexander doll on eBay.
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    • 30 days 17 hours ago
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    I used Lego to build a bunch of things for my superhero action figures and I also used to make Lego Jewelry to put on my American Girl dolls.
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    • 29 days 14 hours ago
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    Quote by YuYuYuuki
    I used Lego to build a bunch of things for my superhero action figures and I also used to make Lego Jewelry to put on my American Girl dolls.


    I am building a LEGO DVD storage container for my DVD movies (Pokemon, Lady Lovely Locks, Caillou, Black Swan, etc). I may also build a bed for Sabrina the Teenage Witch (fashion doll) out of LEGO bricks.
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    • 24 days 19 hours ago
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    Quote by GirlCrazy99
    Quote by YuYuYuuki
    I used Lego to build a bunch of things for my superhero action figures and I also used to make Lego Jewelry to put on my American Girl dolls.


    I am building a LEGO DVD storage container for my DVD movies (Pokemon, Lady Lovely Locks, Caillou, Black Swan, etc). I may also build a bed for Sabrina the Teenage Witch (fashion doll) out of LEGO bricks.

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    • 17 days 21 hours ago
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    Quote by YuYuYuuki
    Quote by GirlCrazy99
    Quote by YuYuYuuki
    I used Lego to build a bunch of things for my superhero action figures and I also used to make Lego Jewelry to put on my American Girl dolls.


    I am building a LEGO DVD storage container for my DVD movies (Pokemon, Lady Lovely Locks, Caillou, Black Swan, etc). I may also build a bed for Sabrina the Teenage Witch (fashion doll) out of LEGO bricks.

    You are just the most innocent person I've ever seen.


    I am going to build a Super NES storage container out of LEGO bricks.
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